Not content to wait until the spring thaw, Center-Stanton Public School Superintendent Curt Pierce and Center Director of Municipal Services Janell Peterson are already planning for the onrush of excess ground water that collects on the north side of the Center-Stanton School during spring thaw.
The Center-Stanton School Board addressed several issues at the Feb. 15 monthly meeting. Superintendent of Schools Curt Pierce prepared and presented a three-year revenue/expense comparison.
The elements of weather take a toll not only on people, but on buildings, as proven by a recent inspection of the 35-plus-year-old building that houses county emergency communication tower equipment.
People often talk about love at first sight. You know, that one moment in time that brings a feeling or romantic attraction for a stranger on the first sight of them. But how many people can really say they have experienced such a feeling? How many can say it lasted a lifetime and more.
Months in coming, demolition of the house owned by Rick Gorley on Oliver Avenue will proceed. Center City Council members unanimously agreed to a motion to go ahead with the demolition at the meeting Feb. 7 after consulting with Center city attorney John Mahoney.
The Center-Stanton School Board has not yet made a decision about taking their meetings paperless by using laptop computers, but the subject was discussed at length at the Jan. 13 monthly meeting.